Wednesday
Jun082016

Episcopal Service Corps Interns -- Assisi House, Concord, NH (Episcopal Church of New Hampshire)

Assisi House, a program of the Episcopal Church of New Hampshire, invites young adults (ages 21-29) to serve at a partnering nonprofit or social service agency for one year, following the Episcopal Service Corps model.

Interns live together in an intentional community, work 32 hours a week at a local nonprofit, and gather weekly for reflection and training. We are seeking applicants with a willingness to live simply and serve compassionately.

Intern placements at New Hampshire nonprofit organizations will include roles such as case managers, volunteer coordinators, teaching assistants, advocacy and community organizers and outreach coordinators.

Assisi House offers interns living expenses (housing, groceries), professional development assistance and a $300 monthly stipend. Intern applications are being accepted now, and more information can be found at http://www.escnh.org.

Monday
Mar282016

Resident Apprenticeship Program -- Kanuga, Hendersonville, NC

Kanuga Conferences, Inc. is devoted to building up the next generation of service leaders as they are vital to our community and our future. Consequently, we have created the Resident Apprentice Program designed to engage young adults into our rich history and business practices. The program gives young adults an opportunity to develop skills and habits that lead to personal and professional success. This is achieved through hands-on work experience, learning and development workshops, and job shadowing within a supportive community setting. The ideal apprentice is eager to learn, hardworking, community minded, and flexible. Candidates with strong references and experience working within their community will be strongly considered.

The Apprentice may apply to work either within the Guest Services or Housekeeping department. Related work experience or education in one of those areas is preferred. This year round opportunity provides room and partial board along with an hourly wage. Please submit your résumé and cover letter to hr@kanuga.org. 

View the full role profile for Guest Services or Housekeeping for more information on specific requirements. See a full detailed outline of the program here

Friday
Mar112016

Youth Ministry Intern -- Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta, GA (Diocese of Atlanta)

One of the outstanding Cathedrals of the church, the Cathedral of St. Philip is also home to one of the largest parishes of the Episcopal Church, with over 7,000 active members and associates. Situated prominently in Buckhead, one of Atlanta's classic neighborhoods, the Cathedral is called to minister in at least three different contexts: to a faithful and complex parish community, to the energetic city of Atlanta, and to the wider world itself. Those constituencies contain a broad variety of personalities, backgrounds, and theological perspectives. The Cathedral proclaims itself as a church for all people; we seek to shine the light to Christ in the world.

Ideal Youth Ministry Interns will be curious, energetic, flexible, willing to learn from both mentors and youth, interested in discerning their Christian vocation, and have experience with youth ministry, either as a participant or leader. Interns are 40 hour a week employees, with evening and Sunday hours required. Compensation package includes health insurance and vacation time. The Cathedral Youth Ministry Internship program is 1-2 year opportunity for college graduates interested in spiritual growth, practical training, and relational ministry. One male and one female intern work together, with the Canon for Education and our youth ministry leadership team, to create and support opportunities for the Cathedral youth to meaningfully engage the gospel, each other, and the world. As full time members of the Cathedral staff, interns will be exposed to the many facets of a church in action and gain valuable skills that will support future work within or outside the church. We are currently accepting applications for an intern for the 2016-2017 school year.

Click here to apply.

Thursday
Feb112016

Operations Intern -- Gravatt Camp & Conference Center, Aiken, SC (Diocese of Upper South Carolina)

The operations intern will assist with maintenance and repair of buildings, grounds, equipment, and other facilities consistent with Gravatt’s mission and established policies and procedures. Primary duties may include: 

  • Assisting with regular maintenance and upkeep of buildings and grounds, including but not limited to routine duties such as lawn care, minor repairs, painting, trash removal, recycling, etc. 
  • Caring for animals 
  • Completing special projects
  • Setting up for conference groups
  • Serving as a conference group host (rotating schedule) 

Other related duties may be assigned based on Gravatt’s needs and the interests of the intern. Applicant must enjoy working outdoors and be able to lift 50 pounds. Applications

Gravatt internships are designed to introduce young adults to a nonprofit camp and conference center work environment, providing the opportunity to decide if this type of work is a possible career path. Interns at Gravatt also acquire valuable supplementary skills during their service period and make contact with potential future employers within and outside of camp and conference ministry. The Gravatt internship is a perfect opportunity for high school graduates, new college graduates, and college students taking a year off to determine their vocational path. At the start of the service period, each intern sets personal goals with their supervisor to make the experience as mutually beneficial as possible.

Service Period: September 1st, 2016 – May 30th, 2017 
Work Schedule: Average 40 hours per week; some evening and weekend work required 
Remuneration: $450/month stipend + room and board

All applicants must be motivated, organized, polite, trustworthy, flexible, able to complete tasks in a timely manner with little supervision, and interested in working in a faith-based environment. Living on site is required. High school diploma is required.

Applications may be obtained on our website: www.campgravatt.org. To apply, submit cover letter, application, resume, and contact information for three professional references to camp@campgravatt.org.

Thursday
Feb112016

Marketing & Development Intern -- Gravatt Camp & Conference Center, Aiken, SC (Diocese of Upper South Carolina)

The marketing and development intern will assist in the day to day operations of the Gravatt marketing and development department. Primary duties may include: 

  • Maintaining the website and social media sites
  • Designing marketing materials
  • Writing articles, newsletters, press releases, and grants 
  • Representing Gravatt at civic and industry events
  • Assisting with Gravatt’s annual fundraiser, Under the Tent
  • Answering the telephone 
  • Completing special projects 
  • Serving as a conference group host (rotating schedule) 

Other related duties may be assigned based on Gravatt’s needs and the interests of the intern. Applicant must enjoy an office setting. Written and oral communication skills are necessary. Ability to use Microsoft Office Suite is required. 

Gravatt internships are designed to introduce young adults to a nonprofit camp and conference center work environment, providing the opportunity to decide if this type of work is a possible career path. Interns at Gravatt also acquire valuable supplementary skills during their service period and make contact with potential future employers within and outside of camp and conference ministry. The Gravatt internship is a perfect opportunity for high school graduates, new college graduates, and college students taking a year off to determine their vocational path. At the start of the service period, each intern sets personal goals with their supervisor to make the experience as mutually beneficial as possible.

Service Period: September 1st, 2016 – May 30th, 2017 
Work Schedule: Average 40 hours per week; some evening and weekend work required 
Remuneration: $450/month stipend + room and board

All applicants must be motivated, organized, polite, trustworthy, flexible, able to complete tasks in a timely manner with little supervision, and interested in working in a faith-based environment. Living on site is required. High school diploma is required.

Applications may be obtained on our website: www.campgravatt.org. To apply, submit cover letter, application, resume, and contact information for three professional references to camp@campgravatt.org.